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You can use the Notifications feature to check for issues with contributions that have been uploaded and submitted.

Click the bell icon on the Dashboard page to see how many issues need fixing, and then click Show All Notifications to create a report that lists all the notifications received.

You can also view the status of contributions that have been previously uploaded to the super portal using the Historic contributions page (see below).

To check the status of payments
  1. View the Historic contributions page. (Click the Navigation button and select Contributions or Contribution History.)
  2. The page lists the contribution files that have been uploaded, who uploaded them and the number of employee contributions that were included in the file.
  3. The Status column shows the processing stage of the information submitted:

    Uploading ???The file is being uploaded and validated.
    Ready for processingThe employer and employees in the contribution file have been matched with records in the super portal. There may still be some validation issues to address.
    Saved and heldThe batch of contributions has been validated and saved (but not submitted). The details can't be edited, but you can review and submit the contribution file by clicking the grid icon .
    Confirmed and sentThe contributions have been submitted successfully and will be (or have been) processed.
    Data matching exceptionThe employer or employees in the contribution file couldn't be matched with records already in the super portal. You need to fix these issues (see the steps below).
    Invalid formatA file was uploaded that couldn't be read. It may be a file that is saved in a format that isn't supported. The file you upload must be a comma-separated text file.
  4. If the Issues column shows there are problems with the information you've submitted:
    1. Click the grid icon in the Actions column.
    2. For each employee that's listed, click into the sections that indicate an error exists. 
    3. Click in the fields that have a red border to see a description of the issue with the information.
    4. Fix all the issues and then click Next
    5. In the Review step, fix any other issues that are identified (look for the alert icon ), and then click Next. 
    6. You can now save or submit the contributions.